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EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AND TREATMENT INCIDENT
LESSON PLAN
PART
EVALUATION Test Items (sub-located) Attachment (curriculum change) Annual Review Checklist
lesson Number AFSS 0910 lesson Title: Equal Opportunity and Treatment Incidents July 2011
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AND TREATMENT INCIDENT
LESSON PLAN
PART
RELATED MATERIALS Handouts Homework Reading Assignments Supporting Documents Instructional Aids (Slides, PowerPoint, video, etc.) Class Text Copyright letters and Copyright Matrix
Lesson Number AFSS 0910 Lesson Title: Equal Opportunity and Treatment Incidents Iuly 2011
EOTI Initial Message Example
FROM: //AFNW Kirtland AFB NMIEOII //HQ AFMC Wright Patterson AFB OHIAIKQII
/IHQ AFPC Randolph AFB TXIEOII
/IHQ USAF Washington DC/A1Q//
SUBJECT: Initial Message Min Equal Opportunity and Treatment Incident KV- Date Incident: Mar Time Incident: 2325 Location Incident: Enlisted Club Dissident Hate Group Activity: Unknown this time Individuals Involved:
Subject/Status Grade Subjl/Mil A1C
FSS Subj2/Mil A1C
LRS Subj3/Mil SrA
LRS Narrative: Mar 10, the office was notified SFS personnel altercation
that occurred the base enlisted club Mar 10. According witness statements,
Subjl and Subj2 were playing game pool when they got into verbal argument.
According Subj Subj2 called him Black Thug that needed back the
ghetto. Subjl then hit Subj2 the face causing small laceration his cheek. During
the altercation, one chair was broken the two members were ghting. Subj3 was
subsequently able separate the members before SFS members arrived the scene:
Both members were taken into custody and later released their respective First
Sergeants. Primary Cause: Use disparaging terms Secondary Cause: Alcohol Primary Reacti :Assault
Ixsson Number AFSS 0910 Ixsson Title: Equal Opportunity and Treatment Incidents July 2011
10. Secondary Reaction: None known this time
11. Property Damage: Broken chair valued $55
12. Medical Treatment: Subj2 required three stitches his left cheek
13. Adverse Media Coverage: None anticipated
14. Corrective Action Against Offenders: Pending
15. Indicate Whether Not Th.is Was Isolated Incident: Appears isolated
incident this time.
16. Mea.sure(s) Used Address Impact The Incident Individual(s) and/or Human
Relations Climate: Not known this time
17. Lessons Learned: N/A
18. Closing: The office currently conducting clarification. Please contact
AFNWC/E0 DSN 246-5439 there are any questions the matter.
 
 
 
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EOAC Student Guide Extremism
January 2013
STUDENT GUIDE
INTRODUCTION important understand and recognize extremism. While extren1ist groups may
seek join the military and recruit military members their causes, military members must
reject participation organizations that promote supremacist causes Knowing about extremist
groups will help EOA combat extremism the military.
The following topics will covered this lesson:
Definition the key terms associated with extremism.
Identification the seven stages hate.
Describe how recognize traits associated with extremism.
Describe extremist ideologies.
State extremist organizations recruiting motives toward DoD personnel.
Description strategies combat extremism the military. nitions Introducti
All nations have ideology, something which they believe. When political
ideology falls outside the norms society, known extremism. When
extremists take their ideology the next level and believe that the only right
ideology follow, becomes supremism.
Ideology set political beliefs about the nature people and society; organized
collection ideas about the best and most appropriate way live.
Extremism term used describe the actions ideologies individuals groups
who take political idea its limits, regardless unfortunate repercussions, and show
intolerance toward all views other than their own.
Extremist person who advocates the use force violence; advocates supremacist
causes based race, ethnicity, religion, gender, national origin; otherwise engages illegally deprive individuals groups their civil rights.
Supremism The belief that particular race, religion, gender, species, belief system,
culture superior others and entitles those who identify with dominate, control,
rule those who not. person who believes that certain group should
supreme supremacist.
EOAC Student Guide Extremism
January 2013 Prohibited Activities
Individuals who hold extremist views are con ict with the standards expected
all military members, and participation extremism inconsistent with the duties
military service.
According Directive 1325.6, rnilitary members are prohibited from any the
following acti es:
Participating organizations that espouse supremacist causes.
Attempting create illegal discrimination based race, creed, color, sex,
religion, national origin.
Advocating the use force violence.
Engaging efforts deprive individuals their civil rights.
Active participati any the activties listed below with regard extremist
organihltions incompatible with ilitary service and is, therefore, prohibited.
This includes:
Publicly demonstrating rallying.
Fundraising.
Recruiting and training members.
Organizing leading such organizations.
Furthering the objectives extremist organizations viewed detrimental the
good order, discipline, mission accomplishment the unit and is, therefore,
subject appropriate disciplinary action. EOA, you should assist the unit
commanders being vigilant about the existence such activities.
While these activities are pro ited members the military, there are such
prohibitions the general public. EOAs should become familiar with the various
groups and organizations that are outside the gate. Stages Hate Introduction shown far, the extremist groups are closely related hate groups.
Understanding the stages how hate groups develop can help you, EOA, watch
for the behaviors that may indicate hate extremist group within the military. Hate Stages Schaffer and Navarro have identified seven stages that hate groups through.
unimpeded, haters will pass through these seven successive stages wit.l1out skipping
stage.
EOAC Student Guide Extremism
January 2013 the first four stages, haters vocalize their beliefs. the last three stages, haters act their beliefs. EOA, being able assess the stage hate person expresses
can help you determine the best intervention strategy required deter the
development from continuing.
Stage Grouping Irrational haters seldom hate alone. They feel compelled, almost
driven, entreat others hate they do. Peer validation bolsters sense seIf~worth
and, the same time, prevents introspection, which reveals personal insecurities.
Further, individuals who are otherwise ineffective become empowered when they join
groups, which also provide anonymity and diminished accountability.
Stage Defining Hate groups form identities through symbols, rituals, and
mythologies, which enhance the members status and, the same time, degrade the
object their hate. For example, skinhead groups may adopt the swastika, the iron
cross, the Confederate ag, and other supremacist symbols. Group~specif1c symbols
clothing often differentiate hate groups. Group rituals, such hand signals and secret
greetings, further fortify members. Hate groups, especially skinhead groups, usually
incorporate some form self~sacrif1ce, which allows haters willingly jeopardize their
well~being for the greater good the cause. Giving ones life cause provides the
ultimate sense value and worth life. Skinheads often see themselves soldiers
race war.
Stage Disparaging Hate the glue that binds haters one another and
common cause. verbally debasing the object their hate, haters enhance their self 
image, well their group status. skinhead groups, racist song lyrics and hate
literature provide environment where hate ourishes. fact, researchers have found
that the life span aggressive impulses increases with ideation. other words, the
more often person thinks about aggression, the greater the chance for aggressive
behavior occur. Thus, after constant verbal denigration, haters progress the next,
more openly hostile and bitter, stage.
Stage Taunting Hate, its nature, changes incrementally. Time cools the
hate, thus forcing the hater look inward. avoid introspection, haters use ever 
increasing degrees rhetoric and violence maintain high levels agitation. Taunts
and offensive gestures serve this purpose. this stage, skinheads typically shout racial
slurs from moving cars from afar. Nazi salutes and other hand signals often
accompany racial epithets. Racist graffiti also begins appear areas where skinheads
loiter. Most skinhead groups claim turf proximate the neighborhoods which they
live. One study indicated that majority hate crimes occur when the hate target
migrates through the hate group turf.
Stage Attacking without weapons This stage critical because differentiates
vocally abusive haters from physically abusive ones. this stage, hate groups become
more aggressive, prowling their turf seeking vulnerable targets. Violence coalesces hate
groups and further isolates them from mainstream society. Skinheads, almost without
exception, attack groups and target single victims. Research the Southern Poverty
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Law Center, the FBI, and t.he Anti-Defamation League has shown that bias crimes are
twice likely cause injury and four times likely result hospitalization
compared non-bias crimes. addition hysical violence, the element thrill
seeking introduced Stage The adrenaline high intoxicates the attackers. The
initial adrenaline surge lasts for several minutes; however, the effects adrenaline keep
the body state heightened alert for several days. Each successive anger 
provoking thought action builds residual adrenaline and triggers more violent
response than the one that originally initiated the sequence. Anger builds anger. The
adrenaline high combined with hate becomes deadly combination. Hardcore skinheads
keep themselves level where the slightest provocation triggers aggression.
Stage Attacking with weapons Some attackers use frearms commit hate crimes,
but skinheads prefer weapons such broken bottles, baseball bats, blunt objects,
screwdrivers, and belt buckles. These types weapons require the attacker close
the victim, which further demonstrates the depth personal anger. Attackers can
discharge firearms distance, thus precluding personal contact. Close-in onslaughts
require the assailants see their victim eye-to~eye and become bloodied during the
assault. Hands-on violence allows skinheads express their hate way gun cannot.
Personal contact empowers and ful lls deep-seated need have dominance over
others.
Stage Destroying The ultimate goal haters destroy the object their hate.
Mastery over life and death imbues the hater with godlike power and omnipotence,
which, turn, facilitate further acts violence. With this power comes great sense
se1f~worth and value, the very qualities haters lack. However, reality, hate physically
and psychologically destroys bot.l1 the hater and the hated.
Hate Groups and Hate Symbols Introduction While many extremist groups advocate violence, some extremists avoid violence
all costs. So, one cannot say that the terms extremist and hate synonymous.
However, while not all extremist groups are hate groups, all hate groups are extremist
groups.
According the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), there were 932 hate groups
active the United States 2009. Many these groups follow the same ideologies,
but not necessarily work together cooperate with each other. Extremists tend confrontational, fights wit.h.in group are not uncommon. After argument,
dissidents may form another competing group organization, join different one. EOA, impossible for you knowledgeable about each and every group.
You can, however, familiarize yourself with the common extremist beliefs. Here are few these groups.
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NOTE: The descriptions that follow are provided t.he Southern Poverty Law Center and are
given generalizations only and may not apply every group.
Nea-Confederate Primarily celebrate Southern culture and the Civil War; some
factions embrace racist attitudes toward Blacks, and some favor White separatism. The
neo~Confederate movement includes number organizations that generally share the
goals preserving Confederate monuments, honoring the Confederate battle ag, and
lauding what judged Southern culture. Many have close ties the White
supremacist League the South (LOS). Bhek Separatist Typically oppose integration and racial intermarriage; want separate
institutions even separate nation for Blacks. Most forms Black separatism are
strongly anti-W and anti~Semitic, and number religious versions assert that
Blacks are the Biblical chosen peopl God Other groups espousing the same beliefs
would considered racist. The same criteria should applied all groups, regardless color. Klux Klan Primarily against Black Americans, its members have also attacked
Jews, immigrants, and Catholics. typically sees itself Christian organization
fighting for civil rights for Whites and historically violent vigilante group. With
its long history violence, the KKK the most infamous and oldest American hate
groups. Nea-Nazi Share hatred for Jews and love for Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany; also
hate other minorities and homosexuals; believe Christian White supremacy. While its
roots are Europe, the links with American neo-Nazi groups are strong and growing
stronger. Racist Skinheads Typically form violent element the White supremacist
movement and have often been referred the shock troops the hoped-for
revolution. The classic skinhead look shaved head, black Doc Martens boots,
jeans with suspenders, and array typically racist tattoos. prominent racist
skinhead term 14/88. The stands for the words slogan coined David
Lane, who serving 190~year sentence for his part the assassination Jewish
talk show host: must secure the existence our people and future for White
children. The means Heil Hitler, the eighth letter the alphabet.
White Natianalists Espouse White supremacist White separatist ideologies, they
often focus the alleged inferiority non-Whites. Groups listed variety other
categories (e.g., Klux Klan, neo-Confederate, neo-Nazi, racist skinhead, etc.) could
also fairly described White nationalists. Hate Symbols EOA, important that you are knowledgeable and alert the symbols,
logos, and tattoos that extremist groups use identify themselves and their group
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affiliation. Being aware these symbols and what t.l1ey mean can assist you
combating extremism the military.
While some people may use display extremist symbols ignorance, extremists use
these symbols display sense power and belonging. Symbols are also quick
way identifying others who share their beliefs.
Additional infon-nation about hate groups and extremist symbols can found your
student guide and the Internet. The Anti~Defamation League ADL) maintains
database hate group symbols. EOA, you should familiarize yourself with the
symbols hate; learn recognize the symbols and what they mean you are better
prepared support the military standards conduct and eliminate extremism the
military. Extremists Traits
What type person belongs extremist group follows extremist ideology?
The terms extremism extremist are almost always applied others group rather
than group labeling itself. People within extremist group will deny that they
practice advocate violence; instead they would more likely call themselves political
radicals.
According George and Wilcox, there are number specific traits behaviors that
tend represent the extremist style. caution, are all fallible human beings, and
some may resort these behaviors from time time without bad intentions. With
extremists, these lapses are not occasional; rather, they are habitual and strongly
established part extremist character. Character assassination
Extremists often attack the character opponent rather than deal with the facts
issues raised. They will question motives, quali cations, past associations, alleged
values, personality, looks, and mental health diversion from the issues under
consideration.
Name calling and labeling
Extremists are quick resort taunts (e.g., pervert, racist, and crackpot) label and
condemn opponents and divert others from listening their arguments.
Irresponsive sweeping generalizations
Extremists tend make sweeping claims judgments with little evidence,
often confusing similarity with sameness. That is, they assume that because two
more things are alike some respects that they are alike all respects.
Inadequate proof behind assertions
Extremists tend very fuzzy about what constitutes proof for their assertions and
tend get caught logical fallacies where they assume that prior event explains
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tend project wished-for conclusions and exaggerate the signi cance infon-nation
that confirms their prejudices and discredit ignore infon-nation that contradicts
them.
Tendency view opponents and critics essentially evil
Extremists feel that t.heir opponents hold differing views because they are bad,
immoral, dishonest, hateful, cruel, prejudiced, etc. and not merely because they
simply disagree, see matters differently, are mistaken.
Dualism worldview
Extremists tend see the world terms absolute good and evil, for them
against them, with middle ground intermediate position. All issues are
ultimately moral issues right and wrong, good bad, with the right and good
positions coinciding with their interests. Their slogan often Those who are not
with are against me. 
Tendency argue intimidation
Extremists tend frame their arguments such way intimidate others into
accepting their premises and conclusions. disagree with them ally oneself
with the devil give aid and comfort the enemy. They tend very
judgmental and mora.lizing, allowing them define the parameters the debate
keeping their opponents the defensive.
Use slogans, buzzwords, and thought-stopping clich
For many extremists, shortcuts thinking and reasoning matters out seem
necessary avoid troublesome facts and compelling counterarguments. Simple
slogans substitute for more complex abstractions.
Assumption moral superiority over others
The most obvious assumptions are claims racial ethnic superiority master
race. Less obvious are claims ennoblement because alleged victimhood,
special relationship with God, membership special elite class and kind
aloof high-minded snobbishness that accrues because the weightiness their
preoccupations, their altruism, and their willingness sacri themselves (and
others) their cause.
Doomsday thinking
Extremists often predict cli.re catastrophic consequences from situation from
failure follow specific course, and they tend exhibit kind crisis-
mindedness. can Communist takeover, Nazi revival, nuclear war,
earthquakes, oods, the wrath God. Whatever is, just around the comer
unless follow their program and listen their special insight and wisdom,
which only the truly enlightened have access. For extremists, any setback defeat
the beginning the end.
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Belief that okay bad things the service good cause
Extremists may deliberately lie otherwise distort, misquote, slander, defame,
libel their opponents and/or critics; engage censorship repression; undertake
violence special cases. This done with little remorse long the
service defeating the Communists, Fascists, whomever. Defeating enemy
becomes all~encompassing goal which other values are subordinate. With
extremists, the end justifies the means.
Tendency personalize hostility
Extremists often wish for the personal bad fortune their enemies and celebrate
when occurs. When critic adversary dies has serious illness, bad
accident, personal legal problems, extremists often rejoice and chortle about how she deserved it. For example, right~wing extremists celebrated the assassination Martin Luther King, Jr., and leftists agonized because George Wallace survived
assassination attempt. each instance, their hatred was not only directed against
ideas, but also against individual human beings. Emphasis emotional responses, less reasoning and logical analysis
Extremists have unspoken reverence for propaganda, which they may call
education consciousness-raising. Symbolism plays exaggerated role their
thinking, and they tend think imprecisely and metaphorically. Effective extremists
tend effective propagandists. Propaganda differs from education that the
former teaches one what think, and the latter teaches one how think clearly.
Hypersensitivity and vigilance
Extremists perceive hostile innuendo even casual and innocuous comments,
imagine rejection and antagonism concealed honest disagreement and dissent, and
see latent subversion, anti-Semitism, perversion, racism, disloyalty, and
innocent gestures and ambiguous behaviors. Although few extremists are actually
clinically paranoid, many them adopt paranoid style with its attendant projective
mechanisms, hostility, and distrust.
Use supernatural rationales for beliefs and actions
Some extremists, particularly those involved cults and religious movements, claim
some kind supernatural rationale for their beliefs and actions; their movement
cause, they believe, ordained looked upon favorably God.
Advocacy double standards
Extremists generally tend judge themselves their interest group terms their
intentions, which they tend view generously, and their critics and opponents
their acts, which they tend View very crr cally. They would like you accept
their assertions faith, but they demand proof for yours.
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January 2013 Extremist Ideologies Introduction noted, ideology set political beliefs about the nature people and
society. People who are committed ideology seek not only persuade but
recruit others their belief. U.S. history, there are many examples extremist
ideologies and movements. The colonists who sought free themselves from British
rule and the Confederate states who sought secede from the Northern states are JLISI.
two examples.
While not all ideologists are violent nature, characteristic ideology
action-oriented and regard action terms military analogy. How often have
you heard words such struggle, resist, march, victory, and overcome when reading
about talking ideologists about their beliefs? Ideologies Anarchism
Nationalism The policy asserting that the interests one own nation are
separate from the interests other nations the common interest all nations.
Many nationalist groups take step further and believe that their national culture
and interests are superior any other national group.
Supremacy The belief that one race ethnicity superior all others and
should dominate society. Supremacy, with racial supremacies general, has
frequently resulted anti~Black and anti-Semitic violence.
Separatixm Setting oneself others apart based culture, ethnicity, race,
religion.
ical ideology that considers the state unnecessary, harmful, undesirable. Natro anarchists appeal youths part avoiding the trappings skinhead culture light jackets, shaved heads, and combat boots favor
hooded sweatshi.rts and bandanas. They act the part stereotypical anarchists
envisioned most Americans outside far-left circles: black-clad protesters
wreaking havoc political conventions and anti~globalization rallies.
Religion Extren1ist ideology based intolerance toward other religions. Anti 
Semitism prime example this ideology.
Em-Warriors Environmental activist who take action fight against the
exploitation the environment andlor animals. eco-warrior can someone non 
confrontational, such tree-sitter, someone who engages direct action.
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January 2013 Historical events Jewish Holocaust 1933, after years struggle and repeatedly blaming Jews for
Germany defeat World War Adolf Hitler and his Nazi followers came
power. The genocide European Jews and others the Nazis during World War one the most radical examples extren1ism. Concentration camps were built
house the Jews, who were incarcerated and forced into labor. Eventually,
extermination camps were built for the sole purpose killing the Jews, usually gas
chambers, although some were killed mass shootings and other means. The
bodies were burned crematoria and the ashes buried scattered. Over million
Jews were killed the Holocaust. This reign anti~Semitism nally crashed with
the suicide death Adolf Hitler; surviving top Nazis were charged with crimes
against humanity. The extremist ideologies supremacy, nationalism, and religion
apply this event. Cambodia Genocide April 1975, Pol Pot, once leader the Cambodian
Communist Party, effectively seized control Cambodia marching into Phnom
Penh. Once power, Pol Pot expelled all foreigners and began systematic effort
purify the country. Millions Cambodians were forced work the elds, where
they began dying from overwork, malnutrition, and disease. Individuals accused
treason, along with their families, were brought S~21, prison where they were
photographed, tortured until they confessed, and executed. the 14,200 people
imprisoned S-21, only are known have survived. After Phnom Penh was
liberated the Vietnamese Army 1979, S21 was converted the Tuol Sleng
Museum Genocide. The extremist ideologies supremacy, separatism, and
nationalism apply this event. Sudan Holocaust Since 1983, the Northern fundamentalist Muslim government
Khartoum, the capital Sudan, has been waging war against the mostly Christian
South. The northern government has killing, displacing, and enslaving the
African Christians. Over 1.9 million ans have died, and over million have
been forced their homes. The victims are Christians, moderate Muslims, and
African traditionalists who refuse accept the Sudan govemment policies Arab
control and conformity Islamic rules and laws. The extremist ideologies
supremacy, nationalism, and religion apply this event. Oklahoma City Bombing April 19, 1995, massive truck bomb exploded
outside the Alfred Murrah Federal Building Oklahoma City, killing 168 people,
including children, and injuring over 500 others. Timothy McVeigh was
convicted for this crime, putting spotlight militia movement seeking retaliate
against the U.S. government for its handling the Seventh~Day Adventist cult near
Waco, Texas. The extremist ideology anarchism applies this event.
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January 2013 akya Subway Gar Attacks March 20, 1995, the group Aum Shinrikyo
(Supreme Truth) attacked Tokyo subways with sarin gas, killing and injuring
more than 5,000. This attack has the distinction being the world first mass~scale
chemical terrorist attack.
9-I1 September 11, 2001, series coordinated attacks America al-
Qaeda followers who hijacked planes and crashed them into the Twin Towers the
World Trade Center and the Pentagon left 2,974 people dead. fourth plane destined
for Washington D.C. was taken over passengers and crew members who willingly
sacrificed their lives order divert the attack. Recruiting Motives Introduction
The standard hate message has not changed, but has been packaged differently.
Modern extremist groups run the gamut from the politically astute and subtle the
openly violent.
Nowadays, instead dressing sheets publicly espousing hate messages, many
extremists will talk individual liberties, states rights, and how make the world
better place. Recruiting Motives
Military personnel, public officials, and law enforcement officers are actively sought extremist groups. Extremist leaders seek recruit members with military
experience exploit their:
Discipline.
Knowledge firearms and explosives.
Tactical skills.
Access weapons and intelligence. addition, members extremist groups like the neo~Nazis are joining the military,
not serve their country, but receive training specif1cally with regards
discipline and tactical skills and learn how better defend themselves and their
ideals.
Young extremists are encouraged leaders enlist the military gain access
weapons, training, and other military personnel. Some extren1ist groups even provide
advice their members how respond questions from military recruiters.
Military members are trained proficient with weapons, combat tactics, and
explosives, train others their use, and operate highly disciplined culture
that focused the organized violence war. This why military extremists
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present elevated threat public safety. Even the nonviolent activ military
personnel with extremist tendencies (e.g., possessing literature, researching
information via computer) can have detrimental consequences for the good order,
discipline, readiness, and cohesion military units. Strategies Combat Extremism Introducti the responsibility each and every military member help combat extremism the military.
Each member should examine how his her action inaction can affect mission
accomplishment. Just the presence member with extremist views can have
adverse impact the perfon-nance unit. Other members who oppose disagree
with the extremist views may say nothing because they fear damaging the unit
cohesiveness.
Extremists views divide the unit into opposing factions, and the team concept
required for mission accomplishment lost. Strategies Extremism prohibited the military accordance with DoDD 1325.6. Combating
extremism the military begins with the individual. Each person should:
Examine personal viewpoints light military values and loyalty.
Reject affiliation with any extremist organizations.
Decline the distribution circulation extremist literature.
Encourage others avoid extremist affiliations and views.
Report indicators extremism the appropriate command. EOA, you should vigilant the signs extremism paying attention to:
Surreptitious meetings.
Off-duty clothing (e.g., skinhead dress, extremist tattoos).
Music selections and reading materials.
Extremist graffiti symbols personal and common areas. addition, you should assist the unit command to:
Educate and counsel unit members the incompatibility military service with
extremist views. aware unit members beliefs. alert for indicators extremist ties, views, behaviors.
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Include questions extremism climate assessments.
Enforce policy participation extremist group activities.
Advise unit members the consequences for participation extremist activities.
Monitor information available extremists groups, activities, and philosophies.
SUMMARY important understand and recognize extremism. While extremist groups may
seek join the military and recruit military members their causes, military members must
reject participation organizations that promote supremacist causes. Knowing about extremist
groups will help you combat extremism the military.
This lesson was designed increase the student understanding extremist groups and
organizations, enhancing their knowledge, thus preparing them EOAs deal with extremist
identification and issues.
The following topics were covered this lesson: nition the key terms associated with extremism.
Identification the seven stages hate.
How recognize traits associated with extremism.
Describe extremist ideologies.
State extremist organizations recruiting motives toward DoD personnel.
Desciiption strategies combat extremism the military.
END LESSON
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LE. PLAN
Part
Lesson Development
INTROI)U( TION
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Act 2002 (No Fear)
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TI{ANSITI()N: II: UNLAWFUL
I)IS( I{II[lN TI( )N/SEXUAL
HARASSM
LICIiI.: TIME: Mill Unlawful Discrimination
Unlawful tliscrinlilmliull (1Iilil2I An} unlam 1111 uclinn lllul denies
cquul ppnrlunil_x ]k .uI. g1Ul[V lmwd ll1ci11:ncc.mlm. ligi nznliunul orig
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I)isc1 iminati0n 1Ci li;In): lInl:\ [ul cmpl-u_uncnl 1.cliccllr.l urx when c111pln_c1 z:il. rul1I.c, hire [V1mnlU. di.cl1u1gcs. n1*ullm\i.c
dixa 111i1x;:lc>;:g;iml an} indi ialuzul \ill1 ,[VCCl cmnpcnsulinn. lg-1111s. cunalilinnx. 
 
priilwimul 1I1pln}I111Il 7CC:llIC rucc. mlur. religion. wx. nulinnul
ph}ic .l1mCnl:IlLiul7ilil}.1gcncllc1I1l1v1 I11;liI1. IAFI 7l)(H
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did! FINA Examples Unlawful I)iscri1nin-.1tion
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upon pmlcclcd cul Thu usc dip:1;gi11g lcrms uilh rcslu-cl In-i. uii l.llLlCl>I]llll7ll\lI]l]k I]l uml
musl nnl ll>lL lil Ll. Rel ous Accommodation I)( )1) [mlic_ lhzll lllL .lliUlEICUilllllllvklallilmUli1Cll prucliccs
 
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(i ilium: Fcalcrul lam /w/ulwx agent} 1( CUl1]l l]HLl1l ci11plu}cc. cxurcixc ll1cii1cl 1im1
lInlC, ,llCl] :CCUI1]!]ULl:Illl[Vl1HlLlillgll]L .z:l1 giIu1d. Tillu VII. I)( )1) and ci ilizun
policies pioi1mlc\n1l; l1UllI1]Clll. lice liimn unl;:\l1Il LllCl ll]lI] .lll>I] l7i.ULl 1*cligi ccoi11innd;nliniioliuiminlvufxrcliginux prucliccx cuunnl gll:l1lllCCLl ail ull limos bul muxl
limux _l lLl l1]:lllUl mililur} nccc.il_x. l)clc1min;uli Ik( \ll} .l. \ill1llic
cmninzmding nliliicuiz
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Sex1mlHnr21 sment
Accoixling thy Equal Einplo_u11culp[mrluuil} mnini..i (EF_( )(:l
and l)cpu1lincnl I)clbii.c I)i1*ccli tI)( )I)l)) 5l.Z. .wiI::l l11l2I.\l]L dulinul [him 
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mmlilimi iiL1I;l Umpln_InClll.u1l([lIl(l pro quo) Submission iriuclimi such cnmlilcl I7} indixiduul used lmsis lnr
c;Ii c1n1U1I1[ ln}I1u1Il LlL Ci,iUll, znlilbcling such imi iduul. (quid pro (]lI()) Such cunducl has llic pilmnsc clilbcl lllll .Ull:lVl_ iiilalbii \ill1
indi iduulk \n1l; pu1*l}>1*i1i;ii1cc c1:IlL inlimialuling. l1H.slllL nllCnsi \U1l imuim-nl tliostilo lVil lIIlll( l]Il. slum ]V1llL lnUliUliliCnl
 
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CtmLliliUll. :IlI1]l>.[Vl11L undcr which people (lll xmrk, F1 milil:1 I1]CHlkl.
wurkplu(4r c,punsi [run and um} include cnndilcl ulilidilly. l1HlI1 2ILl1_.
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culcgn1ic Exalnples Sexual Harasslnent Behaviors crl)al
an) lIznking C.Unl(UI]IUUI]l>2IlVUlll u[Vc1m1 clothing. lN>Ll_.H1 \l2Il :Clilllcs
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IV) uliUll>2IVl>lll
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TRiNSITI( )N:
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LIZVICL: TIME: Mill Milit21r_v Complaints
Mcmlvcrx CllCl!lll. _ICL uxu lhc chuin nlicinin:ind ialcnlili} and
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dlch FINA sin imuim-ul lin lilU1] unlimlul discrimiuulimi uml cuul .l1,\l]L nl. Tun upliuus
 .l 2I1ll17lCZ
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inlc1cnli 11: H1] \uikc1. use llic lluinUliCUI1]ll] II]d. lI.\ lhc .AlllIl1l
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inl}>1m;:l C:.L ..
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minpluinzml muxl prm ids U.lCI]l2liI]: lIl1].l2In(\ lhc} moved [his lii1n li1uinu,
Thy F. uliliicc mmlilcls cnmpluinl (H1 .lil>I] dulunninc \liull1cr l1umul F.
cninpluinl sll[7[VHl lUL IV} ]mi1dc1uiicc llic ClL Lil7lL idcncc. Tl]CUl1]Vl1lilll
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the cnmplaiinl and gullicriug dulu limm 1cm1ds 1c[mrls. AI)I{ tFuc1liluli mu)
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limn lhc znllcgcd iI]CiLClll \l1cu lhc} hccuim .\.1lL [I13 LiClll1]in1liHn. l-LIII5)
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ulcnals lhc link lliu Spcciulisl cunnul ,Hl the cnmplzuinl znl llu-inli1 m;nl lhc
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Ivc liilcal \ilhin c;ilcmui L1_. uli lhc Notice ighl File.
 
 
 
Tl1cI] cmnpluinls
11:1 I)up:ulim-nl Ix-lbiisc (I)nI)l ugciicics, Thu} urc cumluclcd ail lhc ix-qilcsl the
angelic} zulilui FF. cmnpluinl has7i 112Icc ]VlcL lin1in ,l] _I:liUll [he aigciic}.
Thy Air Furor (:i ilizun Aplu-llzilc cic\ liliicu I.-F(: AI J \ill mulu
 clc1minuli nuli\l1cll1c1*n1nul Cli1]iI]1liUI] has UCCllll ili lhc cuiiipluimuil has
nul CllCl liczwing, The l1>rmul EEO cmnpluiul [7i \s [his [minl cun lukc l>iHl].Iill1 and Ihc l1LUL L.i I.I.iiI.IIo lhix  7UH\ Objective
 Program overview, objectives, scope and limitations
Objective
Recognize roles and
responsibilities
Objective Recall Complaint Processes
Objective
Review unit trends Y__
 
:51: .,,.__J.,
Objective
Program overview,
objectives, scope and
limitations
Objective
Recognize roles and
responsibilities
Objective
Recall Complaint
Processes
Objective
Review unit trends
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LESSON PLAN
PART
SYNOPSIS
Key Personnel Brie
Version: Apr
 
Cbimwcd Jusx dL;M hr. FINA
Note: Instructor ill ])( $1Illd]il( but ill not dclmc :m_ 1IllI( lll the nmslor Ivssou plan
INSTRUCTOR NAME: DIRECTOR APPR(:)rAL: DATE:
INSTRU(TI()NAL I[IZTH()I):
nc nc I)i~cusinu: 3) Minulcs
I.ICSS( IPHASIS: This lvriding slmuld pruxcnlcd Iv} lhc I)i1 cln1 dc.igm-0, The
purpuxc prmialc u1nnumc1>. cumn1um cliicllx. lkirxl c1gcunl.. and nllu-1.c11in>1 pC1mIml
uilh inl n1mulinm thy EUp1 >gr;u11.und1lu>umrc>pun>ivililic, Thy v1icl ing ,l]Hllld [um
lusling in1p1*c.inn umul lI1F.()l. [Kp1 >lbs>innuli>111uml \illingncs. lU.ll]V[VU1l lhc crull
unil/in.lulluli< Human I{ululinu.(: li111ulu,
STI{Al This briulkiug pmx idux the Tuundulinm kc} ]kl.UllnCl uml sun 1*cl 1u>lm
onE()]ml1c1U>;11d pmccalurcs. Thy lkirsl main [minl highligl1l EUp1ug1*;n11uwiccli mops
uml limilaulinm. The CCl>I]dl n1ill puinlLlwfincx1>[mI>iVililicnfkcy pcuxuuncl and lI1cF.()
nlTicc.Tl1c lhiral main [minl nullincx . CI]lL .lU1ddl .. mncu11x. unlzm I111 di.crin1in;:liun and
su.uul h:1..I11cnl ll11nugl1 ic1I>inm llxc inl1umul and l1>rmul cmnpluinl [7llK\\ ., The [inn]
main puiul inl1u 111 kc} purwuncl unil. in.lulluli n.andn mcl1u1d>, the mclu.inn 
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 .\ .1Cnc. uml i1I< lcI11clIl [m.ilic human rcl;nlinn. i. i111pcrulic 1]i\itm clkcliu-ucs.. I[IZASUI{IC Time
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.cnpc;u1d liunilzulinm 11. i/.c mlcx -....a .., ..nq 111m- 111. Ixk-cull F./EEI cmnpluinl p1u -sc. 1. 1mm unil In-nd.
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LESSON PLAN
Part
Lesson I)ee-lopment
INTROI)U( TION
(Smdent [)s clnpcd)
 
M()TI}Tl()N:
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TI{ANSITI()N:
BODY
MP1: 130 R()(JI{AM ()VICRIIiW LIZ 121.: MICAS: TIME: Mill E() Office Staff Program Objective
Thu uhicclh lhw F. pmg1;un mlxumc mixsiuu lbclicm .. v_
 ..i.ling cmm11undc1ululllc 01> \ill1F_qu;:lppurlunil} fF.J i.\1Ic. and lhmugh [ruining Iv}
pmi ing Humun I{ululiuns Educulinn (HRE). Scope and Limitations
Thc ()l icc ill inl} cm1un;:ndcr. ]mul>lun. lhul um} crwl}
.nl lbcl m111lm >cl1uiur. hu:nlll1. Lllll} pc1l1u1111;n1xcu.1 11i>>ircc polio}.
Inl n1m mn1l>cr. ll1cir1igl1l file E/EEO Iul1 rm;:l .l (:mnpl;uinls uilh
the F_() l icc \ill1< u1nl rcpri.ul n1l .liulitm and [heir ighl uuuu}111il} (lhr
ci iliun cn1]Vlui1Il.).
 
Erwin all pu1*wuncl aux 11;-c pm-xcnl F./EEI Cmnpluinl >luclc
I)iwl .tI1uInlhuch;nin cmnn1un
In C.lig .lC znllcgaulinm unluu 1111 ic1iminuli m/wxuzul l1u1;:.\mnl p1mnpll_x anal
l}ni1l_. mi cllxc EUI)i1*cclnrxilhus}nnp>i>nl ll1cznllg
and lg-1mg1 upl1ic. and any cum-clixc 1CliUll(,) laukun ((: un111umc1\1kc I.\lC.).
 
liunlxi. l;ulici]mnl nzuncx
l$1icl /(: LImcl aullugml nlklbndcr [hr ullcgznlinn. ;ug;niml him/her and [he lkiuul
 mlcmm. Imililur} cmn]vluiul.)
Pmlccl mcmlwcrx [In file J/F_F. Cmnpluiul [rmn1x-p1*isuln1 1cl;:li;:li
Tukw znppn >[V1iulc cn1 rccli ]ciplinu1_ uclinm um! unluu 1111 diwri111in::liun anal
wulzul l1u1;:.\mnl.
Acc un111mulc ligiHll pmcliccs ;nccmnn1 d;ulinn \ill nnl ;u crw
impzncl mililzw} 1c:uiuc~.. unil l1g-xinm. .lun ;u di.ciplinc. tI)( )I)I) l)(. .c1 .c1icc 1m-11m rig cxp1 cs.iI] nli lI]l .\. 1111 discriminzulinn uml scxuul lr.uussim-nI. PlUiL\ HI Enn iI 1*siI}. unlzmliill Cli1]iIl1li0I] and sexual h2Il:\1]UIll I1>il>;:sI-
[VClI>I]llL Assisls CU1]lI]1llLl. I-Inning F_ l[V]Vl1]UI]l2ll pnlic} giliduncc lullcrs linr Ihcir
unils. A[V[7l i,sL sllllilCU1]In1llLl sUlillll:\lillLIClI1]in1lHl} .sU.ll .l liaimssiiiciil IllCiLClll.
when cnmplzlinl has VL sulvmillul liilc l\[7CCliI] iliznns righl ;:nnn}miI}.
TI{ANSITI()N: III: ISO ()1Il I._IN LIZVICL: MICAS: TIME: Mill
 
Iilitary Complaints
Mcmlvcrs urn CllCUlll. _ICL usu Ihc cliuin nli l]1]:I]d ialcnlili} and
cnrrccl unl::\I1Il LisC1 ininuln1 [V1 2ICliL This includcs prnccssing and l\Hl lug Cnmplaiinls nli
unlim 1111 discriminzulinn and su.IIul liaimssiiiciil, Thy clmin nli cnmmzlnd cs]Vnnsil7IC 
crculii sin irnnmcul lin Irnm unlim 1111 discrimiuulinn uml scxuul .l1.\l]L I]l. Tun nplinns
 
iirc uiluhlc: II]liUl1]ilI Thu imi ialuzul may .sHl Ihc cnmpluinl his/liui n\n. CIlIcsl
inIc1cnIinn H1] \nikc1. use Ilic cliuin nlicnmmznnd. use Ihc AlllI]1l
I)ispuIc ;-snlulinn I)I .~I)I IFuciliI;:Iinn) may llscd Ilicililulc unmuniculinns l7L l\L Ihc dispulznnls uml inn} lczul Ihc u;ul_ 1\HllllII>I]Uli
inlnnnul C:.sL .s. Fnrmzul: Cninpliiiiil ICU:I]d1dLl\Cd Iv} Ihc nlilicc. Thy cnmpluinzml has ()0
 lap H1] Ilic Iinm lhc znllugcd lvclim inr UC( lllL lilc mnul cnmplzuinl. Thu
cnmpluinznnl musl ids C.lL nl2Ilin lI1].sl2In(\ ili Ihc} cxcucd Ihis Iii11uIi1;iim
Thy F. nliliicc cnmlucls cnmpluinl nrilicailinn dulunninc liuIl1ci Inrmul F.
cnmpluinl ,ll[7[Vl>ll IV} ]viu]vni1dc1;iiicc nli Ilic ClL LIl7lL idcncc. Tl]CUl1]Vl1lIlll null ulinn prnc iiicliulcs inIc1 icning linking .l1l1] I]llill>I1][V ll!I]
(CU1]Vl1illiIll.\ilIk\U>. uml znllcgcd UliliCll(l) \hn min} l]1\ inInimuIinn rulm uul
Ihc cnmpluinl and gzilliaiiig dulu Irnm CH1ds [VI>l AI)I{ IFuciliIuIinnI mu)
llsul lizucililzulc cnmmuniczulhms Ivcluccn ll1LI[7lll .lll. and mu) load Ihc curl}
lrsulllliullnliliI>l m1lCuscs. Ciili21l1 ,o1npl21ints lk-dcixil CI1][7lU_L l>l1[7]V 1lll\.l]U7Uli \lll s/hr hus hucii
di.( liI1]Ill2IlL ugaiinsl Ihc Imsis nliruax-.cnln1 llIiUlL sc.. nznlinnul nrigin. aigc (40 _wu1s
I>lLClLdis17ilil} IlllvlllallHI [7l]}IC1lLgk llClIC inIn1 nzIlinIL \hn hclim Ihul s/hm hus hucii
insllnrnppnsi discrimiuulinu
 
lI7iCClUL liurussim-iil Iscxilznl nnn ,\l2ll) ll1 1ld Ini puiIicip:iIii1g Ihc cnmpluinl ]V1UCC..TllU.U imi ialuzuls can lilc inlinrmul cnmplzlinl nli
 
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LII.C1 iI1]ill2IliUll. TI]C1*~lI \LI mllsl cmilucl uiIi1sclui \ilhiu C1IllLI1l ::}s IIUIII lhc
ullcgcal iucialcul uhcn III_ IVL C2II1]2I\:l CHIilI]C LIICl II]II] .lIl>Il. (19 l()l4,l(5) This
ullmxs the F_( uiIi1sclui Ir} (Ind1\UIClIlC( Hl][VI;Illl ail lliclmwsl [msiVIch cl. Iufnnnznl: ullcinpls .HI cmnpluinl ail lhc [mu-sl I\UI. TI1F.()SpUci:Iisl
nuulrzul and nnl aulmculc the cmnpluinzml l]2In _IL I1]Clll. Allcmpls .UIlIlIUll inclualc the list uliAI)I{. I7:,L IlIlinI1 I)iisinn (II I)L Thu
II in csligulus Equal F.inpl: _xi1mil ()[7[Vl!lllIllIl_ (F.F.i LIICl IlIII] .lIl>I] cmnpluinls
11:1 I)u]milim-nl Ix-lbiisc (I)nI)l ugciicics, Thu} urc cnmluclcd lhc llL .l the
angelic} zulilui ER) cmnpluinl I11I7\ n2IC( ]VlLI lin1in ,lI _I:liUll [he aigciic}.
Thy Air Furor (Tn ilizun Amu-llulc cic\ liliicu I.-F(: AI J \ill muliu
 clc1minuli< uli\l1cll1c1n1 nul Lic1ininulin has UCCllll ili lhc cuiiipluimiiil hus
nul CllClULI hczuin~ The l1>imul EEO minpluiul [7llK\ [his [minl can lukc l>I1][7IilI]1lllCullIIICIllI,4.S. I)isliicl Cuurl.
 
 
Ii1 dc1 l}ui lhc minpluiul pmcusscd the IiUl1IiI slugc. lhc
iniliul cuulucl musl \ilhiu 1ICllLI .1LI1_., uli lhc LI1lUIilI]C i1r.illc1::llcgcd In-
LII.( lII1]Ill2IlU1_ [he cam uli [VCINUIIIIUI ucliun. \ilhiu C1IllLI1l ;:}s lhc clil1 cli lulu uhcn s/he IkCUl]L ;:\;u*c< lill1c puixuiiiicl uclinn. Thc d:u_ liim limil mu) Ivy U.lCIIdC( 101
l1l>n nulliiml 1*) (:.F.I Scclinn l()l4,l(5(:i). LICCIIICLI iniliuling mlucl.ll1c
;~~1icc [Kl.I]I1]l,l slulc IV1I4HI1L UIIIIUTIIIC VII culcg rics) nliliis/liur cluim uml
lIUn1]lIl CCllllL LI. lIllh .. lhc uclinn purl pznllcrn nli
continuing lizumssiiiciil,
FUlI1] .I Cuiiiplzniiil [V11 vccssiiig l1I{U. .l1.. Tliuix-11 AI)I{
slmngl_x CllCUlll. _ULI v_ lhc Air FUlL ul\ u_s lhc gnu] [hr nliliicc ln1 cslu1 lI1g\n1 imiiiimil 1]l\I0n irauliuuss. This Ikll II( all p;i1lics.
TI{ANSITI()N: IV: UNIT AND INST_I.I.ATI()N
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TI{ANSITI( )N:
CONCLUSION
(lnstrllctm [)eslpelIl .1I [7I i.ll
 Inl rm. unil ll1LlI]IMl>.lhlklllgl] I7llL lll]g.ll]Ll I1().~lIppLIm 1lal >iL guillamoll1.illl1c. ii i.L
nnl lnliialc un.i\lu Li.~L riiniimli and cu.i l1.lm.~.~i1m1l
 
 Inl rm. unil iminlnwix llml i11i11.imcIand .upc ix...-. .ippi pri.xlc ii..ipinai} and llL uhcn un.l\ Iul Li.L riinin.xli mu.ii um.-i..\.m.u mu. 
 I.lIllL. L\ cllnrl nmllc .~. mp.xin.ml illonlil) \hon Inrnml I:(Is.Hll][7ldll]l1lI]llll.ll .iii.m> ..~ lam E() IIirc.
 I.lIllL. ..n
and dLI I.L. ..H
LlHllL lILlL ll hrioIci ll1c ulmimw ll1cIIiil.ir} I-.()(.xw\l1m llk (.I\ l, m*i
 *l1ll ap[n.i ll1c ul.mm ll1i (mo >llIlL> the
nlliu lhc (lulu lln nmnhcr hriclcil
 
1LLl >UmlUI lhcii
 
 InL.~lig.ilc.~ aLg.ili n.~ un.m Iul ii..rimin.ili xoxual lI.IlKl\lII lIl \hcn the s.Hll1[7ldll]dl]ll].l
olcclcil nnl Iilc .in unhm Iul Llls.lllIIllLlllHlI mmphiinl with the Etinlliu ls.HlI]lILll]Ll lH lL i>lICl ill nnl incxli_lI,il] uprm1.il.ll]ll.ll1 Lll>>lIL lIIUll]I7L pLL i.xl lCL]lI l, ll]dLl the IC/<
 
 
IZU c\cx ll]lHllILll and mal III-.0/I-.I-.0 mmp.iinlx
 11.. ..u.nn i.li. \ill1 n/all IlL TILII.IL FS.xpcix 1Ip
 Sorxu a.~ suhjccl m.illcr LXPLII inc.lig.ili m. inmlx in; un.i\Iu iixrriiniimli cu.i
lmixmivmll
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